Osceola Fundamental High School

Osceola Fundamental High School

9751 98th Street North Seminole, FL 33777
727.547.7717 | 727.545.6412 (Fax)




A Fundamental Experience


Welcome to Osceola High School, home of the Warriors. We are pleased that you are interested in our school and hope that our website has much to offer you. If you are new to Osceola and its fundamental program, we trust that you will find our school to be academically rigorous, uniquely progressive, caring and helpful to our students and parents. Osceola is the first fundamental high school in Florida and is among only a handful of fundamental high schools in the country.

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The announcements for this week are the following:

2015-16 9th Grade Shadowing Registration

On-line Registration for OFHS shadowing will begin on October 7, 2014. Parents will be able to register their students here after October 7th. Shadowing will take place for 2015-16 incoming 9th grade student starting October 21st through December 11th 2014, every Tuesday and Thursday from 7:15 am until 1:25 pm.

Osceola Fundamental High School Application Program Events & Application Timeline for 2015-16 School Year

Want to know when you can learn more about Osceola, check out all the important dates here.

The OFHS Discover Night will be held on Monday, November 17, 2014, from 6:00 – 8:00 pm in the OFHS Auditorium.


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**Click Logo to go to the OFHS Homecoming Page to find all items Homecoming Related **

Financial Aid Seminar

On October 30th, Osceola Fundamental High School is hosting a Financial Aid Seminar from 6:30-8:00 PM.  This is a free seminar designed to help parents and students develop a better understanding of Bright Futures, other types of scholarships and more.  Because this would have been the focus of our senior meeting, we are moving the senior meeting to this night so parents and students can attend.  The seminar will count as a meeting and we will have cards available.  If for some reason you are unable to attend the seminar on October 30th, you can attend the regularly schedule SAC meeting on October 13th in the Auditorium from 7-8 PM.  We hope that you and your student will attend the Financial Aid Seminar on October 30th and that you will find it most helpful in preparing your student for their college or technical experience.  We would also like to invite our junior parents to participate in this meeting.  It will count as an October meeting in lieu of PTSA or SAC.

Pinellas Technical College Open House   

Time: 5:30 P.M.- 7:30 P.M.
Oct. 14th - Clearwater, #727-538-7167
Oct. 15th - St. Petersburg, #727-893-2500

PTA Reflections Program


Accreditation Survey

In an effort to improve system practices, Osceola Fundamental High School is conducting a Parent Survey.  We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey.

In order to complete the survey, please go to:

Thank you, Mr. Bohnet

Picture Retake Day is OCTOBER 23 - Read more here

Truck & Trailer Needed

Freshman are in need of a truck with a trailer for the Homecoming Float. Anyone with a truck and trailer please contact Ms. Howe

Freshman Class Meeting

Thursday, October 9 from 1:45-2:45 in room 231.  We will begin planning for homecoming.  All freshman are welcome!

Sophomore Class Meeting

There will be a Sophomore class meeting on Thursday, Oct 2nd in room 277 from 1:45 to 2:15 to begin planning for Homecoming. Sophomore students are encouraged to attend.

Junior Class Meeting Schedule to plan Homecoming activities.

  • All meetings will start at 1:40 in Mrs. Griggs’s room 214.
  • Sept. 30 & Oct. 7
  • You must buy school insurance to participate in Activities night and ride the float
  • See Mrs. Griggs in room 214 for more information.


The PSAT will be administrated on October 15th to all 9th and 10th grade students and any 11th grade students who registered by the deadline. If, by chance, your child has lost their practice booklet, we have a few extras in guidance. If you sent in an opt-out letter, please send an email to Mrs. McDaniel to confirm your child is off the testing list.

9th Grade Parents: Please plan on attending the September 18th PSAT meeting.There will be a separate break out session for freshmen parents with important transition information about bright futures, end of course exams, common core and more.

All 9th and 10th grade students will be able to take the PSAT for free.  They are preregistered. Monday, they will receive a practice booklet in their 5th period class along with a letter of explanation.  Please read the letter.
Any 11th grade student who wishes to take the PSAT can sign up for the test and receive a practice booklet in the cafeteria starting on Monday, 9/8 until Thursday, 9/25.

Mentors Needed:

Osceola High School has a critical need for Take Stock in Children mentors.Pinellas County Schools will be holding a county wide mentor recruitment fair Oct 13th.The Great American Teach In is scheduled for Wednesday Nov, 19th.We are in need of speakers for this event.Please contact Debbie Giovo if you would like more information regarding either of these opportunities.

College Days - Seniors

Osceola High School has a critical need for Take Stock in Children mentors.Pinellas County Schools will be holding a county wide mentor recruitment fair Oct 13th.The Great American Teach In is scheduled for Wednesday Nov, 19th.We are in need of speakers for this event.Please contact Debbie Giovo if you would like more information regarding either of these opportunities.


College Fairs:

  • Junior and Senior students, there are opportunities for you to speak to College and Technical school admissions representatives. Mark your calendar, Sunday September 28th at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg 1 to 3 Pm and Monday October 6th at Countryside High School from 6 to 7:30 PM. More information...
  • North Pinellas County College & Career Fair Hosted at Countryside High with over 120 exhibitors from college, technical school, military recruiters, and business professionals. More information...

Next Generation Entrepreneurs Competition

Juniors and Seniors compete for a chance to win $10,000 to start your own business!

Next Generation Entrepreneurs Competition
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The most efficient way for a parent to check a student out early is to contact the student’s Clerk by email or phone an hour or more before the release time.

A parent may also send a note with the student stating the date and time the student should leave.
The student will receive a yellow PTL (Permit to Leave) slip to release them from class to come to the Front Office.
The parent comes into the Front Office to meet the student and sign them out.

A – G              Lisa Reitz                   X 2018
H – O             Tammy Bowling      X 2020
P – Z               Cathy Nolan             X 2009

OFHS Transportation Map:

Click here for details on the OFHS Transportation Map

New Food Service Information

Each child in the school will have a General account that is accessed at the point of service, from which they can use prepaid funds.  The General account can be used to purchase meals as well as snacks and ice cream.  Parents will be able to pay by check, cash or online via MySchoolBucks.com into these accounts, or pay cash at the line when purchasing a meal.  When you make a payment on your student’s account, please indicate the students name and grade. Using the online account allows you to make payments from the privacy of your home computer and track your child’s breakfast and lunch decisions.

Senior Class Dues:

The $100.00 senior fees for graduation cover the expense as indicated below:
Facility rental (Tropicana field)
Cap & gown
Diploma & diploma cover
Medallion/academic seals
Senior breakfast
Senior picnic
Graduation programs/all misc expenses related to graduation(flowers/sponsor subs,etc.)
Security senior  events

Cafeteria and Lunch Account

Parents, if you have any issues with the cafeteria or lunch accounts you may call Ms. Dru Lang, our cafeteria manager directly at 727-545-6595 or you may email her at langdr@pcsb.org.

Information About New Graduation Requirements on “What Parents Need to Know,”

New graduation requirements and statewide diploma designations are the focus of the most recent episode of “What Parents Need to Know,” an online Web series produced by the district’s Office of Strategic Communications. To watch this episode click here.

Lost and Found

Lost and found items are located in Student Services with Mrs. Nolan.

Student Parking and Drop Off Concerns

Parents, we are still having issues with people dropping off and picking up their students in front of the administration building.  This is not…I repeat…is not an authorized drop off/pick up area.  The front of the administration building needs to be kept cleared for emergency vehicles.  Please cooperate with us by utilizing the student parking pickup area or the south student car circle next to the auditorium.

Student’s over- flow parking area is the north lane of the teacher’s parking lot.  Any students parking in an unauthorized parking area will result is a disciplinary referral and possible revoking of driver’s privileges.    Parents please help us by reminding your student of this expectation.

Universal Breakfast Program

Please be reminded that Osceola Fundamental High School follows the ”universal breakfast program” that all students are allowed 1 free breakfast daily regardless of their lunch status.




 Osceola Fundamental High School is acting solely as a referral source for TBARTA regional government agency as a convenience to its families and neither this school nor the School Board assumes any responsibility or liability arising out of your voluntary use of this program, or makes any representations as to the qualifications, safety, or insured status of any driver that you may be matched with under this program.”

Safety Concerns

Parents we are having some serious safety concerns in the parent drop off car circle in the mornings. Numerous complaints have been brought to administration’s attention that some students are being dropped off on the left side of the car circle with is used as a passing lane. This is extremely dangerous maneuver! Please only let you student out on the far right next to the sidewalk.

Traffic Short-Cuts

Parents we have received concerns about vehicles using the Lake Seminole Village neighborhood as a morning shortcut and U-turn.  Please be mindful of traffic laws and possible safety and property damage by making such a maneuver. 



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